Sutherland Wins Emmy

Morning Brew: August 28, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, August 28, 2006:

Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland won his first Emmy last night for his performance in 24. He still has a long way to go until he reaches his dad's stature.

Speaking of father-son relationships, a 53-year-old man will be regaining some of his youth as his son acts as his organ donor in a liver transplant today at Toronto General Hospital.

Warn the town, the beast is loose. And lab workers in Toronto have been studying the mystery beast all weekend.

The traffic backlog on the Gardiner last night was because of a fatal motorcycle accident near Bathurst Street.

Mo Johnston faces the daunting task of bringing Toronto a sports team that doesn't disappoint as he takes the reigns of the Toronto FC.

Stabbings plagued the streets of the city this weekend, as police searched for suspects in two separate incidents.

PM Harper decided to fight some non-political flames as he visited the Toronto Fire Academy this weekend.

In yet another story demonstrating why talking on your cell phone in your car is bad, a weekend crash claimed the life of a mother and her child.

The federal and provincial governments have reassured Toronto that the money earmarked for homeless programs will be delivered to the city. Reassurances are great, the money being delivered is even better.

You know how everyone has their one special memory of the Ex? This couple decided to make that memory one that will hopefully last forever when they said "I do."

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